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Introduction.--Stratford-on-Avon, the Welsh schoolmaster.--In London town, the war of the theatres.--"The spacious days of great Elizabeth."--Some notable Welshmen of Shakespeare's time.--Shakespeare's attitude toward the Welsh.--The Welsh ancestry of Shakespeare.--Welsh legends and allusions in the plays.--The Welsh captain in "King Richard II."--Owen Glendower.--Sir Hugh Evans.--King Henry V. ("Harry of Monmouth")--Fluellen.--King Henry VII. (The first Tudor monarch)--Shakespeare's sonnets and "Mr. W.H."--Shakespeare's Puck and the Welsh "Pwcca."--Contemporary Welsh printers and publishers.--Wales in the sixteenth century.--Scenes in which Welsh characters appear.--Conclusions